Where creativity is nurtured, skills are acquired, and art is made
Saturday | Includes materials | For beginners and all skill level adults | Instructor Patty | Register by Nov 20
Fallbrook School of the Arts310 E. Alvarado St., Fallbrook, CA 92028
(760) 728-6383 | emailIn Historic Downtown Fallbrook
Learn how to create your own one-of-a-kind designs with beautiful pattern bars. Pattern bars are made by stacking different glass pieces into a mold that make amazing and intricate patterns when sliced and put on their side. There are many different styles and types of pattern bars so we will offer an ongoing series to introduce your to Patty's varied techniques.
We will discuss various design possibilities with cutting and arranging colors. Students will learn to use a wet saw to cut some pre-made bars to make a project, a plate or bowl to be fired. After completing their project they will create their pattern bar stack. These will be fired in a second kiln. The pattern bars each student makes will be theirs to take home.
Patty Gray developed her own line of molds so these will not require traditional dams. Patty Gray Molds are provided for the class and will be available for purchase if you want to take one home.
Your finished design can be slumped over a shaped mold if you choose.
All projects will be fired in our kilns and available for pick-up after Friday in the following week at the Fallbrook School of the Arts.
November 23, 2019 (Saturday)9 am - 5 pm$150 includes all materialsIntended for beginners and all skill level adultsRegistration Deadline: November 20(This is a full day, bring a snack or lunch)